|CCL 21.02.26 PhD and Postdoc positions in Exolife Science, University of Copenhagen, Denmark|
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Date: Fri Feb 26 08:39:57 2021
Subject: 21.02.26 PhD and Postdoc positions in Exolife Science, University of Copenhagen, Denmark
We advertise the opening of 4 PhD fellowships and 2 Postdoctoral fellowships at the University of Copenhagen, in the field of Exolife Science, understood as the overlap field between chemistry, astronomy, biology and physics. The fellowships are part of the synergy project: Effects of bacteria on atmospheres of Earth, Mars, and exoplanets. The start of all the fellowships is August 15, 2021, or soon thereafter. The 6 new synergy positions involve staff at University of Copenhagen from the Department of Chemistry, the Niels Bohr Institute, and the Department of Biology. The candidates will work as a team with the common goal of deepening our understanding of the global interactions of life with its surroundings in terrestrial and extraterrestrial environments. For more information, please see https://cels.nbi.ku.dk/english/openings/ PhD project 1: Activity of microorganisms under extreme conditions PhD project 2: Spectra of exoplanet bio signature molecules PhD project 3: Cloud formation and cloud properties on Earth and in exoplanets PhD project 4: Micro-biological influence on atmospheric dynamics Postdoctoral project 1: Physiological adaptations and genomic characterization of microbial extremophiles Postdoctoral project 2: Synthetic spectra of exoplanet atmospheres with and without biological activity Principal supervisors are: Professor Henrik Grum Kjaergaard, Department of Chemistry, email: hgk::chem.ku.dk Professor Uffe Graae Joergensen, Niels Bohr Institute, email: uffegj::nbi.dk Associate professor Jan O. M. Haerter, Niels Bohr Institute, email: haerter::nbi.ku.dk Professor Anders Prieme, Department of Biology, email: aprieme::bio.ku.dk
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